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Chapter 6. Division of Labor Standards Enforcement
Subchapter 8. Garment Manufacturers
Every employer engaged in the business of garment manufacturing shall keep accurate
records as required by Labor Code Sections 226 and 2673, any applicable order
of the Industrial Welfare Commission, and section 13659 of this subchapter. These
records shall be maintained for a period of no less than four years, unless otherwise
specified, at the place of employment or at a central location within the State
of California, and shall be made available to the Labor Commissioner, or his or
her agents, upon request for inspection and/or copying. Failure to provide these
records to the Labor Commissioner within ten days of the date of request, or providing
records that have been falsified, shall constitute grounds for revocation of registration
or denial of an application for registration.
Authority cited: Section 2672, Labor Code. Reference: Sections 226, 1185, 2672,
2673 and 2675, Labor Code.
1. Amendment of section and Note filed 9-9-2002; operative 10-9-2002 (Register
2002, No. 37).
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